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Bulletin of the Natural History Museum (1950)



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Author: Natural History Museum (London)
Volume: 1
Publisher: Andover : Intercept
Year: 1950
Possible copyright status: Copyright Permission Granted
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: Natural History Museum Library, London
Book contributor: Natural History Museum Library, London
Collection: biodiversity

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Formerly: Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Entomology

In 2003 merged with: Bulletin of The Natural History Museum:

Additional copies of selected issues also held

Vol.62 (1993)-vol.71(2002)

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